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Discover Folsom, CA
If you hope to see the majestic natural beauty of northern California and experience what is truly a magical place, Folsom is calling your name. This antiquated little gold miner’s town in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains provides you with everything you need when renting an RV for your next big trip. With loads of history and an emphasis on outdoor recreation, you have so many options when you book an RV in Folsom, California. Since Folsom is part of the Sacramento area, it is within driving distance of many other incredible destinations like San Francisco and Lake Tahoe, so you can customize where you go and whatever you choose to do. Folsom is also known as a lively little town with many events and celebrations, including its long-running Renaissance Fair, the Folsom Gourds and Art Festival, and its Pro Rodeo.
Explore the Outdoors
Northern California is, of course, notorious for its abundance of diverse wildlife, breathtaking beauty, and wide selection of outdoor recreational activities. Although the area is full of history and entertaining attractions, the great outdoors is where you’ll be likely spending most of your time when you choose an RV rental in Folsom. The town places a great deal of importance in getting outside, with 32 miles of serene bicycle trails built on old railways. These winding paths, through forests and alongside waterways, help you get around town by foot or on two wheels, so you can get that exercise in while vacationing. You can even take the American River Bike Trail which will take you all the way to Sacramento.
Folsom is home to several recreation areas, most of which surround the extraordinary Folsom Lake. Folsom Lake has 11,500 acres of water and 75 miles of undulated shoreline. Folsom Lake State Recreation Area has nearly 20,000 acres of spectacular terrain and is one of California’s most popular parks, with over two million visitors per year. The park is also home to lots of unique plants and animals and has several campgrounds for you to utilize with your Folsom camper rental. Nearby Browns Ravine State Recreation Area is another great place to park your Folsom RV rental and is home to the Folsom Lake Marina, which houses many boats and personal watercraft for you to enjoy should you want to go for a ride or maybe spend some time fishing.
El Dorado National Forest is a great place to go when you rent an RV in Folsom, although it is an hour or so away. With over 500,000 acres, this magnificent collection of old growth trees and ancient mountain peaks will soothe your soul. The forest is also home to Lake Tahoe, one of the most massive lakes in the world, and one of the clearest, too. Tahoe National Forest is on the other side of Lake Tahoe and has groves of sequoia trees that rank among the most massive on Earth. While exploring the area in the Folsom motorhome rental, you’ll find that there are hundreds and hundreds of places to appreciate the great outdoors in northern California.
Aside from all the outdoor recreational activities in Folsom, the town itself is also a great place to explore. Historic Sutter Street anchors the downtown area. The street has a small western town feel to it and honors the town’s heritage, offering visitors a glimpse into the past. This rejuvenated central area has lots of lovely artisan restaurants and shops, and the street is lined with old false front western style buildings.
Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary is a great place to spend the day with family. With a menagerie of different animals, most of which hail from North America, you can see, learn about, and enjoy the residents of Folsom’s sanctuary for wildlife. For history lovers, the Folsom History Museum is a wonderful place to immerse yourself in over one hundred years of wild west heritage. Folsom Prison Museum celebrates the iconic Folsom Prison, one of the oldest maximum-security prisons in the country, and the second oldest in California after San Quentin. The prison is famous for hosting two Johnny Cash concerts, both immortalized by the recordings.
RV Parks to Visit
If you are wondering if Folsom is an accommodating place to rent an RV, you are in luck. The town is famously welcoming and has many places to stock up including a downtown centrally located Walmart supercenter.
Folsom Lake State Recreation Area is a decent option to consider as far as overnight camping is concerned. The lakeside campground is a great place to cool off in the refreshing waters of Folsom Lake, and maybe do a little fishing, too. The park has a bunch of recreational opportunities and several distinct campgrounds so you can pick and choose which area suits you best. Browns Ravine and the other recreation areas in the area similarly allow trailer camping so you will not struggle to find a place to park the Folsom travel trailer rental.
RV Rentals in Folsom, CA
Folsom, CA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
There are many popular rentals in Folsom. Outdoorsy's Folsom RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.
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Nearby to Folsom are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Yosemite National Park, Point Reyes National Seashore, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Muir Woods National Monument, and Mount Tamalpais State Park.Popular RV Types & Amenities
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|Dipsea Steep Ravine Matt Davis Loop Trail||Stinson Beach||California|
|Cataract Falls Trail||Fairfax||California|
|Mission Peak Loop from Stanford Avenue Staging Area||Fremont||California|
|Horsetail Falls Trail||Twin Bridges||California|
|Hidden Falls Trail||Auburn||California|
|Clementine Trail to Clark's Pool||Auburn||California|
|Mount Tallac Trail||South Lake Tahoe||California|
|French Trail and Stream Trail Loop via Skyline Blvd||Canyon||California|
|Lands End Trail||San Francisco||California|